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Comedy Central
Apr 15, 2013 9:00am PDT
that in no way puts the united states senate in terrible, terrible company. >> it was overwhelmingly approved 154-3 with iran, north korea why and syria voting against it. >> jon: there you have it. thank you united states senate, we have literally become one of our own worst enemies. we'll we'll be right back [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back. from here in the united states, we're having reservations about not selling arms to rogue regimes. after all, what is the worst that could happen? >> the world watches north korea yet again. it's believed they are preparing for the test launch of a missile after weeks of threats towards their neighbors. >> the missile's range sup to 2400 -- up to 2400 miles so it could reach as far as guam. >> jon: not guam that's where this country's chewing guam comes from. [ laughter ] i might be thinking of a different place. [ laughter ] bubbalicious land. [ laughter ] north korea gentleman a fairly small, sparsely populated, not oil having country. many students of international relations may ask themselves why do they get away with this (bleep)
Comedy Central
Apr 19, 2013 1:00am PDT
to cover gun shows and internet sales. only in the united states senate could take something that has 86% support of all americans and an eight-vote majority in the senate itself as a no. that's a no. did these ( bleep )-- i think that's trademarked by delta gamma. ( laughter ). did-- really? you already read-- gotta tell you. the the internet moves fast! laught ) did these guys pass anything of substance? >> this amendment will ensure that gun owners across the nation do not have their private gun owner information publicly released. >> the yays are 67, the nays are 30. the amendment is agreesed to. >> jon: we can't publish with gun owners live? what am i going to do with my new magazine "guns & addresses"? ( laughter ) look, agree or disagree with that provision, it turns out the only amendment we've within able to contradict is of in the post-newtown world is the first. >> i find it so incredibly ironic that its proponents thinks these weapons are a problem in the hands of law-abiegd citizens, but apparently see no problem with the same weapons being galorified in hollywood mov
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